Komatsu breaks ground on Milwaukee headquarters

By |  September 11, 2020

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Komatsu Mining Corp. broke ground on a new headquarters and manufacturing campus in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Komatsu, which partnered with the state of Wisconsin and the city of Milwaukee for this project, is investing about $285 million in the nearly 57-acre South Harbor campus.

The campus will include manufacturing facilities; training facilities; advanced technology, robotics, engineering and R&D labs; a data solutions center; an experience center; and an office complex.

According to Komatsu, pre-construction work has been ongoing since the end of 2019 in preparation for site redevelopment. The company plans to move into the new campus in 2022.

“Building this state-of-the-art facility with a focus on prioritizing technology supports our commitment to developing and delivering innovative solutions for our global customers,” says Jeff Dawes, president and CEO of Komatsu Mining Corp. “Our goal is to create a remarkable workplace for our employees that provides space to grow, will serve as a global center of excellence for Komatsu and demonstrates a sincere commitment to sustainability and our community.”

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